Anderson's Concentrated Minerals Drops®
- Anderson's Concentrated Minerals Drops® (CMD) is authentic, Great Salt Lake sourced, all natural, low sodium full spectrum mineral complex product.
- Made with love and care from the Hartley Anderson family who are the original inventors and harvesters of minerals and trace minerals from Utah’s Great Salt Lake.
- Made using the Anderson family's traditional, all-natural, solar-evaporation process, which is energized by all four seasons and typically takes a full two years to produce.
- Naturally contains the full spectrum of naturally occurring elements in a balance natural to the body due to its sea source.
- Anderson's Concentrated Minerals Drops® (CMD) is a great combination of ionic minerals, which includes both macro and micro minerals to fulfill the mineral requirement of human body.
- Minerals are essential part of the body. They play an important role in -
- 1. Bone development.
- 3. Heart and muscles functioning.
- 5. Maintaining the blood and fluid balance.
- 2. All body functions.
- 4. Transmitting messages throughout the central nervous system.
- Our body needs specific amount of minerals on daily basis to perform certain biochemical and physiological functions.
- More than one million customers in all over India have already purchased MRI’s iconic product Anderson’s CMD, to take step towards the better health and have experienced amazing results.
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Potential Benefits of Anderson's CMD -
- Anderson's CMD contains all the essential minerals for health.
- Minerals are vital for life, health and well-being.
- Minerals forge our skeletal structure.
- Minerals help keep our hearts beating, muscles functioning and help transmit messages throughout the central nervous system.
- Our body relies on a steady intake of minerals each day.
- Minerals work in synergy with other minerals (calcium teams with magnesium and trace elements) and vitamins to perform their respective biochemical and physiological functions in health.
Status of Minerals in our diet -
- Foods we raise or purchase from market today, seldom contains more than 16 to 18 minerals.
- This is caused by thousands of years of wind and rain erosion and unwise farming practices.
- Except for nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, the agriculture industry doesn't replenish minerals depleted from the soils.
- Ironically, these three are the primary ones required to grow beautiful plants and produce, but do not provide all that our bodies require.
- Human bodies, like plants may grow and look beautiful for a limited time, but without providing the necessary cellular building blocks, they can neither obtain, nor maintain, good health.
Ingredients of Anderson's CMD -
- Highly Concentrated desalinated inland sea water of The Great Salt Lake of Utah, USA.
- It contains all the minerals naturally found in the water of The Great Salt Lake.
- It contains the full spectrum of naturally occurring elements in at least trace amounts.
- No artificial drying technique is used.
- No artificial ingredients are used.
What is the Source of Anderson's CMD?
Anderson's CMD is derived from The Great Salt Lake of Utah, USA.
Facts about Utah's Great Salt Lake:
History of The Great Salt Lake
- The origin of the Great Salt Lake can be traced back to ancient Lake Bonneville which covered most of Western Utah and small parts of Idaho and Nevada during the Ice Age (between 23,000 and 12,000 years old).
- In the warmer, dry period after the ice age, Lake Bonneville receded and the Great Salt Lake is the remnant of that ancient lake.
Geography of The Great Salt Lake -
- A combination of size and salt content makes Utah's Great Salt Lake unique among lakes in the western hemisphere.
- The current surface elevation of the Great Salt Lake is 4,203 feet.
- It is 75 miles long and 30 miles wide with a surface area of 1,500 square miles.
- To emphasize its size, the Great Salt Lake is the largest lake west of the Mississippi River, larger than the states of Rhode Island and Delaware.
- The greatest depth in the lake is 40 feet with the average depth being 14 feet. The historic low level of the lake has been 4,193 feet which occurred in 1963 and the historic high elevation is 4,212 recorded in 1987.
- Antelope Island is the largest of the lake's ten islands. Other islands include Fremont, Stansbury, Carrington, Cub, Gunnison, Dolphin, Badger, Egg and Bird Island.
- Major water sources for the Great Salt Lake include the Bear River at 1,200,000 acre feet per year and the Jordan and Weber Rivers at 400,000 acre feet per year each.
North & South Ends of the Lake
- The great body of briny water was an obstacle in the path of completing the transcontinental railroad line.
- The tracks were routed over the Promontory Mountains where on May 10, 1869, a golden spike was driven to mark completion of the first transcontinental railroad.
- This route was not easy because of the steep mountains.
- In 1903, a twelve-mile bridge was built across the Great Salt Lake.
- In 1959, a solid-fill causeway was built to replace the old trestle.
- This causeway still separates the north (Gunnison Bay) and south (Gilbert Bay) ends of the lake.
- This separation has caused the north end of the lake to have a higher mineral and salt concentration as well as higher purity as the industrial activity takes place on the southern region of the lake.
How much salt is in the lake?
- The total amount of salt dissolved in the Great Salt Lake is about 4.5 to 4.9 billion tons.
- As the lake rises, its salinity drops because the same amount of salt is dissolved in more water.
- The lower the lake level, the saltier it becomes.
- In the past, the lake's salinity has ranged from a little less than 5 percent (which is just above sea water) to nearly 28 percent (beyond which water cannot hold more salt.
Can I float in the Great Salt Lake?
- You can easily float in the lake if the water is salty enough.
- At the lake's average elevation of 4,200 feet, it is less salty and, therefore, less buoyant.
- Swimmers float easily in the north arm because it is twice as salty as the south arm.
Why is the lake so salty?
- As water flows over or moves beneath the Earth's surface, it dissolves minerals from the soils and rocks.
- The streams that originate in the Wasatch Range and other nearby mountains all flow into the Great Salt Lake, bringing in water with varying percentages of dissolved minerals.
- Since the lake has not outlet, all of these minerals remain in the lake.
Friends of Great Salt Lake
- Mineral Resources International is proud to be a corporate sponsor of Friends of Great Salt Lake founded in 1994.
- Its mission is to preserve and protect the Great Salt Lake ecosystem and increase public awareness and appreciation of the lake through education, research, and advocacy.
MRI and The Great Salt Lake
- MRI (Mineral Resources International) is a leading ingredient supplier and manufacturer of quality liquid and tablet nutritional supplements using minerals and trace minerals from Utah's Great Salt Lake.
- The Anderson family is the originator of mineral and trace elemental supplements and ingredients from Utah's Great Salt Lake.
- More than 40 years ago, Hartley Anderson read a series of newspaper articles written by Dr. George W. Crane announcing such headlines as "The Ocean's 44 Antidotes for Deficiency Ailments" and "Trace Chemicals Essential to the Body."
- In 2009, the Anderson family celebrated its 40th-year anniversary in its mission.
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- Consume 1/2 mL of CMD mixing it with 250 mL of drinking water four times a day.
- Spreading the consumption throughout the day increases absorption.
How to consume Anderson's CMD -
Anderson's CMD is very simple to use and below are few of the ways you are recommended to use CMD -
1. How Anderson's CMD is prepared?
- Anderson's CMD is made by traditional and natural solar evaporation method in which no artificial drying technique or artificial ingredients are used.
- It takes 2-year evaporation process to prepare Anderson's CMD.
2. Is Anderson's CMD safe?
- Anderson's CMD is FSSAI (Food Safety and Standard Authority of India) approved and every lot undergoes rigorous testing.
- Anderson's Concentrated Minerals Drops® is GRAS certified which means it is safe to consume.
- Kosher Certified
- Halal Certification
- Passes the U.S. Food Chemicals Codex's Heavy Metals Safety Test
- Assayed for potency and purity by in-house and independent labs
3. Who can take Anderson's CMD?
- Everyone can take Anderson's CMD because all of us need minerals to maintain good health.